Alaska Statutes.
Title 15. Elections
Chapter 15. Elections and Ballots
Section 170. Prohibition of Political Persuasion Near Election Polls.
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AS 15.15.170. Prohibition of Political Persuasion Near Election Polls.

During the hours the polls are open, a person who is in the polling place or within 200 feet of any entrance to the polling place may not attempt to persuade a person to vote for or against a candidate, proposition, or question. The election officials shall post warning notices at the required distance in the form and manner prescribed by the director.

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